Nate has a diverse and broad IP practice, with experience in patent and trademark prosecution, litigation, and counseling, as well as domain name disputes. Nate’s software background lends a high-tech focus to his practice. He has handled matters involving a variety of technologies, including MEMS microphones, social media software, fluid sampling devices, and footwear.
Nate has prosecuted patents in a number of software and hardware disciplines, including search optimization and keyword marketing technology, hoteling systems for distributed telephony services, online wagering games, optical event detection systems and LCD panel controllers.
Nate’s trademark experience includes the prosecution of dozens of trademark applications, as well as the successful representation of clients in opposition and cancellation proceedings and ex parte appeals before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board of the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
Nate’s technological know-how has enabled him to advise a leading social media site on Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) notice-and-takedown matters, and to successfully recover a domain name in a Uniform Domain Name Resolution Proceeding (UDRP) on behalf of a popular social media game developer.
Most recently, Nate was an associate in the patent litigation group at Proskauer.
Supreme Court Strikes Down Disparagement Bar to Trademark Registration
USPTO to Require Additional Evidence of Use for Post-Registration Affidavits
Ann Lamport Hammitte Recognized as a Top Trademark Practitioner
Nathan Harris presented on the Latest Developments in Domain Name and UDRP Proceedings at the Boston Bar Association on Wednesday, November 30, 2016.
Software Considerations Post-Alice
Federal Circuit Finds Distributed Network Accounting System Patent-Eligible Under § 101
Federal Circuit Finds Automated 3-D Animation Process Patent-Eligible Under §101
Domain Name Dispute Considerations
Federal Circuit Review
July Federal Circuit Review
Selecting and Securing a Trademark
Practice Spotlight – On Your Mark, Get Set, Think: Considerations in Selecting a Trademark
Federal Circuit Review
August Federal Circuit Review
L&A Expands its Electronics, Computer Science, Trademark and Copyright Practice